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 Post subject: Re: Glee
PostPosted: 23 May 2012, 16:33 
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I feel stupid for having cried last night, but man that Rachel can crysing effectively!

My wife was sobbing almost the whole episode (I only cry during war movies :tongue: )

You didn't cry when Wilson floated away? C'mon.


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PostPosted: 23 May 2012, 17:57 
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I feel stupid for having cried last night, but man that Rachel can crysing effectively!

My wife was sobbing almost the whole episode (I only cry during war movies :tongue: )

You didn't cry when Wilson floated away? C'mon.

WILSON!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Glee
PostPosted: 25 May 2012, 07:35 
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sldawgs wrote:
spymeg wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
spymeg wrote:
I feel stupid for having cried last night, but man that Rachel can crysing effectively!

My wife was sobbing almost the whole episode (I only cry during war movies :tongue: )

You didn't cry when Wilson floated away? C'mon.

WILSON!!!

:lol: For a second I was thinking of the House finale....and didn't recall a "floating" scene. I falla now.....(and no, didn't shed a tear for either Wilson)

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 Post subject: Re: Glee
PostPosted: 25 May 2012, 07:47 
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NoShoes wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
spymeg wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
spymeg wrote:
I feel stupid for having cried last night, but man that Rachel can crysing effectively!

My wife was sobbing almost the whole episode (I only cry during war movies :tongue: )

You didn't cry when Wilson floated away? C'mon.

WILSON!!!

:lol: For a second I was thinking of the House finale....and didn't recall a "floating" scene. I falla now.....(and no, didn't shed a tear for either Wilson)

:o How about Terms of Endearment when she says goodbye to her kids? huh? Did ya cry then?


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 Post subject: Re: Glee
PostPosted: 25 May 2012, 15:58 
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Watched Glee when it was on here on Thursday. I cried when Kurt didn't get in to NYADA. I was so disappointed when Rachel did get in, as I really don't like her character at all. Maybe it's because I love Kurt, and wanted to see Rachel get her come uppance - I literally punched the air with joy when she cocked up her audition.

Maybe I'm a total bitch, but I still root for the underdog.

And I've just realised that I have never seen Terms of Endearment. Probably not the best film to watch right now, eh?

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 Post subject: Re: Glee
PostPosted: 25 May 2012, 17:03 
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spymeg wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
spymeg wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
spymeg wrote:
I feel stupid for having cried last night, but man that Rachel can crysing effectively!

My wife was sobbing almost the whole episode (I only cry during war movies :tongue: )

You didn't cry when Wilson floated away? C'mon.

WILSON!!!

:lol: For a second I was thinking of the House finale....and didn't recall a "floating" scene. I falla now.....(and no, didn't shed a tear for either Wilson)

:o How about Terms of Endearment when she says goodbye to her kids? huh? Did ya cry then?

Only because I've never seen it.

Ok...a few films that always turn on the works....

Ordinary People: probably my favorite depressing film
Steel Magnolias: scene in the cemetery when Sally Fields has a mini-breakdown
A Christmas Carol (Alastair Sim version): everytime

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 Post subject: Re: Glee
PostPosted: 26 May 2012, 10:00 
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NoShoes wrote:
spymeg wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
spymeg wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
spymeg wrote:
I feel stupid for having cried last night, but man that Rachel can crysing effectively!

My wife was sobbing almost the whole episode (I only cry during war movies :tongue: )

You didn't cry when Wilson floated away? C'mon.

WILSON!!!

:lol: For a second I was thinking of the House finale....and didn't recall a "floating" scene. I falla now.....(and no, didn't shed a tear for either Wilson)

:o How about Terms of Endearment when she says goodbye to her kids? huh? Did ya cry then?

Only because I've never seen it.

Ok...a few films that always turn on the works....

Ordinary People: probably my favorite depressing film
Steel Magnolias: scene in the cemetery when Sally Fields has a mini-breakdown
A Christmas Carol (Alastair Sim version): everytime


If I'm hungover I can't watch ET or I'm a blubbering fool.
And Donnie Darko... but thats about it I think

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 Post subject: Re: Glee
PostPosted: 26 May 2012, 15:01 
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Dawson wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
spymeg wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
spymeg wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
spymeg wrote:
I feel stupid for having cried last night, but man that Rachel can crysing effectively!

My wife was sobbing almost the whole episode (I only cry during war movies :tongue: )

You didn't cry when Wilson floated away? C'mon.

WILSON!!!

:lol: For a second I was thinking of the House finale....and didn't recall a "floating" scene. I falla now.....(and no, didn't shed a tear for either Wilson)

:o How about Terms of Endearment when she says goodbye to her kids? huh? Did ya cry then?

Only because I've never seen it.

Ok...a few films that always turn on the works....

Ordinary People: probably my favorite depressing film
Steel Magnolias: scene in the cemetery when Sally Fields has a mini-breakdown
A Christmas Carol (Alastair Sim version): everytime


If I'm hungover I can't watch ET or I'm a blubbering fool.
And Donnie Darko... but thats about it I think

Entertainment Tonight makes you cry? :o ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Glee
PostPosted: 27 May 2012, 17:01 
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DrG wrote:
Watched Glee when it was on here on Thursday. I cried when Kurt didn't get in to NYADA. I was so disappointed when Rachel did get in, as I really don't like her character at all. Maybe it's because I love Kurt, and wanted to see Rachel get her come uppance - I literally punched the air with joy when she cocked up her audition.

Maybe I'm a total bitch, but I still root for the underdog.

And I've just realised that I have never seen Terms of Endearment. Probably not the best film to watch right now, eh?

Sorry, what?

Haven't watched it yet, probably should have waited to read the thread.

Argh that makes me rage. So, Rachel who effed it up when it mattered actually made it, when Kurt, who was awesome didn't? She basically got to take his spot because she whined? Well, now I'm grumpy.


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 Post subject: Re: Glee
PostPosted: 04 Dec 2012, 11:30 
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I wonder why Marley can't figure out that her other clothes fit just fine, it's only her costumes that seem to get smaller. I also can't figure out why I care.


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